By Sentry Staff
Karl Kreutziger of Villa Park has been promoted to president of C.W. Driver Companies, a builder serving the Western United States since 1919. Having served in leadership roles on behalf of C.W. Driver Companies for more than five years, the 29-year industry veteran will lead the overall direction of C.W. Driver Companies, spearhead project teams in the pre-construction and planning phases, and oversee client relations.
For the past five years, Kreutziger served as president of Driver SPG, a division of C.W. Driver Companies that focuses on specialized new construction, renovation and tenant improvement projects. During that time, Kreutziger and his team saw a 239 percent growth in revenue.
Kreutziger led Driver SPG through such projects as the Newport Beach Country Club; Chapman University’s Health Sciences campus; and the DiscoveryCube Discovery Pavilion. Kreutziger also led a variety of philanthropic efforts. In 2015, the company donated more than $176,000 to non-profits and volunteered more than 2,100 hours.
Kreutziger earned a bachelor of science in construction management from California State University, Long Beach and is currently a board member of DiscoveryCube Orange County and HomeAid Inland Empire. Kreutziger won the 2014 CREW-OC SPIRE Award for Superior Performance in Philanthropy for giving back to the community and supporting Orange County organizations that serve residents in need.